Animation tips

Modified on Tue, 16 Jan at 4:15 PM

Prevent blurriness 

Video encoding algorithms always struggle with point clouds. Choose the appropriate material settings, especially the size parameter. 

Minimize tiling effect 

The VRAM usage determines the number of points rendered in each frame. The higher the VRAM usage, the more points will be rendered, ultimately increasing the quality and the render time. 

When setting the VRAM usage, be mindful of your video memory. The default is 8 GB, but depending on your system, you can choose higher settings to decrease the perception of point loading. 

Choose No tiling in the Render Video window to remove the tiling effect entirely. This will render a sub-sampled point cloud with no visible tiling. Be aware that this may cause a loss of quality, so it should be applied cautiously.  

Use MP4 or image sequence for video editing 

If you plan to combine a video with other footage or do any additional post-processing, render an MP4 video or an image sequence. 

When combining multiple video footages (from NUBIGON and third party), ensure they all have the same FPS setting. Different FPS settings can lead to choppy videos. 

For video editing, we suggest using Adobe Premiere Pro.  

NUBIGON v6.0.0. features a new generation of Octree and a more powerful video rendering engine, reducing video rendering times while dramatically reducing the tiling effect. Make sure to upgrade!